Yes, the SK nomograms are wonderful. The first few weeks after my surgery I looked at the nums several times a day just to reassure myself.
A couple more that may be of value:
U Montreal at http://www.nomogram.org/
American Cancer Society https://www.cancer.nexcura.com/Secure/InterfaceSecure.asp?CB=265 (requires the most work, biggest payoff, and access to tons of studies so you can see what the actual results of the studies were)
And the mother lode of calculators at http://palpable-prostate.blogspot.com/2007/02/prosate-cancer-calculators.html
<u>Personal homepage incl. PCa story:</u> www.sv-moira.com
<u>01/09: Diagnosed </u>(age 60), PSA 4.4, pT2c, Gleason 7 (3+4), 7 of 14 cores, 6'2", 200 lbs.
<u>03/09: Robotic surgery </u>(Dr. Kawachi, City of Hope), 47 gms, 10% involved, staging/Gleason unchanged (pT2cNXMX), margins clear, no ECE/sem ves involvement, fully continent from day 1, some success w/Viagra 50mg